Monthly Archives: April, 2010

A servant to man and a Servant of God

My day starts at 5:30 in the morning. One  high school child has to catch the bus at 6:15. Breakfast is a bowl of cereal with milk,  and that’s it. You just have to be there. Drive him to the school bus stop;  actually their mother wanted them to walk in this spring and summer …

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The Doubts of Mother Teresa

The following blog is a compilation of blogs in  the life of Mother Teresa as a saint to be, (The Road to Official Sainthood), The beatification of Mother Teresa was conducted Oct. 19, 2003 by Pope John Paul II. Many believe Blessed Mother Teresa will be named a saint of the Catholic Church someday, and …

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Sitting in the park, thinking of You

While sitting inside the car parked at the parking lot of the play ground near the Locale  last Saturday morning,  April 17, 2010, I was trying to sort out my thoughts about our Thanksgiving lesson the night before. While inside the car,  I was looking out to the kids playing and to the flowering trees …

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Reason to believe

In the song of the same title, Lobo sings, “give me hope to find the reason to believe”. Roland Kent Lavoie, better known by the stage name Lobo (born July 31, 1943), is an American singer-songwriter who was successful in the early 1970s, scoring several U.S. Top 10 hits, including “Me and You and a Dog Named …

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The Summers of my Life

As a child, summer was always special to me. Not until I was in College that I have to go back to school for it was a requirement. Summer time was playing time. Getting up late in the morning, and going to bed late in the evening. In my teenage years, it meant a crush …

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Reminiscing the Ang Dating Daan (The Old Path)

(I remember now, the  number on the screen 410- 0256 – that was  the number I called,  it turned out to be the Locale of Munoz, when I was at the edge of my troubled life. They directed me to the number of our Locale  in Pacita, San Pedro Laguna.) I was at the height …

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One day in the pumpkin farm

One day in September, 2008, we went to  visit a pumpkin farm. This was my first, and I was so excited. But first, we have to pass by Starbucks to get some coffee.   For a  first timer, I was surprised at the size of the pumpkins and other farm products. Pumpkins are a  family of …

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Watergate to the White House; Altargate to the Vatican?

Headlines today in Washington Post runs this way: CAN THE POPE RESTORE THE PURITY OF CATHOLICISM? excerpts from the blog: The scandal facing Catholics todaylooks a lot like the Watergate scandal that engulfed the United States in the early 1970s. Then, what started as a crime committed by a few burglars slowly escalated to reveal corruption …

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Spending the afternoon with the family I live with

Miss Pris took this picture of me in front of the house of Mr. John today.  He is Mr. Bob’s twin brother.  On the first few nights  I came to America four years ago,  it was in this house that the welcome party was held.  It was kind of a welcome party for the family who …

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Cherry Blossom in bloom around our neighborhood

The theme I used in this site is a cut from this picture. Cherry blossom in Maryland. The first time I have seen this cherry blossom tree was when I was in South Korea in 2004. I was working inside the US Base in Seoul, and they planted this tree around the base. I did …

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